Open Access Week "Boosting Your Scholarly Profile': Digital Identity, Impact Metrics, and Archiving Scholarly Work"
Presenters: Brooke Troutman – Scholarly Impact and Social Science Librarian, UTA Libraries; Mitch Stepanovich – Research Services & Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs Librarian, UTA Libraries; and Yumi Ohira – Digital Publishing & Repository Librarian, UTA Libraries.
As academic research continues to advance there are a number of tools and resources to help you, the researcher, manage your scholarship and help it stand out. In this session you will be introduced to:
- Scholarly identifier system – ORCID
ORCID is also an essential platform that is being required by most publishers and grant finders
- Tools and resources to create and manage your scholarly identity
You’ll learn how to boost your scholarly impact using social media and how to make sense of alternative metrics that come with these new methods of knowledge communication and dissemination. You’ll also learn how to identify journals in your field and how to identify metrics that enable you to determine journal quality.
- UTA’s institutional repository – UTA ResearchCommons
Utilizing an institutional repository (IR) to disseminate your research to a broader audience is essential in today’s fast paced publishing environment. You will be also introduced to a new submission tool for collecting student scholarly works. Note: this will not be recorded.
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